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Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies are becoming more and more common in the business world nowadays. Companies have realized the advantages of employees using their own devices to accomplish business tasks while practising work-from-home. It improves worker satisfaction and productivity, your business

Just like other industries, healthcare providers are using mobile devices in their operations and communicating with staff and patients. Wireless networks and portable devices in the healthcare setting have their benefits, and the IT staff must have controls like Mobile

Financial Services firms are at an inflection point going into 2020. Mobile products and services now dominate their product roadmaps, with applications’ speed and security being paramount. How well existing IT infrastructure flexes to support the new mobile-first product and

It's 2020, the news of data breach has become less important to the people. We still hear so many companies are suffering damages from data breaches every year. Under these circumstances, data breaches are no longer just a technical but

A success of working from home requires a major mindset shift for employees. As it is a completely different mode of working compared to usual ways, therefore employees felt unfamiliarity and ultimate uncertainty that inhibits productivity.Period of organization change, especially

Two authors, Mosendz and Melin have advised to their audience that use the Spy Software as an advantage for employees to prove to their manager that they are capable of working autonomously. There are the description of spy software used in

As the number of the confirmed positive cases and death cases of the pandemic COVID-19 continue rises even under Movement Control Order in Malaysia, the Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced the extension of MCO for another two weeks

As cases of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) are increasing over the country, most of the companies are changing their workforce to home-working to curb the virus spread. Teleworking, “remote working,” or simply “working from home,” is a centerpiece of those

As of March 19, tens of thousands of companies worldwide are making major changes to reduce the risk of employees contracting COVID-19, by allowing remote working from home. Working from home is a hard adjustment for anyone to make, especially for

As the Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has ordered a partial lockdown of all public activities in the country from March 18 until March 31, it forced the closure of all government and private premises except essential services. Due to the